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THURSDAY, October 26, IS93.
The Salisbury correspondent of the
Richmond Dispatch in speaking of the
am Mr. Fouat Friday night ayi i
'Fji:st would not Tiave been arrested
had" t not been for lisctions in going
to tin: three papers here and writing
article 1: m-eif and having them published-
rt.s the opinions of the editors
thun-solves,. and making erroneous
j statements jn th articles."
Some aien seem to have imaginative
powers to an almost infinite limit,
since those powers produce so vivid a
picture of the fake and untrue as to
ca use the possessor of the powers to be
lieve it i a true picture and swear to
oth'.Tc? that it is true. e
should be glad indeed to possess the
vivjd imagination of the correspondent
of the Richmond Dispatch if it were
coupled with veracity and sound judg
jutfgfaeot. Or perhaps we phould call
it omniscience since there is no doubt
whatever as to the truth of his state
ment and we know that his knowledge
intuitive as it was impossible to get
it otherwise. .. .
1 I - is news jndeed to the Watchman
that Mr. foust wrote or dictated a sin
gle word published in its columns last
week. The-local editor of the Watchman-
i-? Solely responsible for all that
vi-:i.i laid on the subject and no oue else.
Jf ibis-were the only cause for his ar
rest, as . the correspondent Says, we
think the persons who 'caused his ar
rest ought to. have adopted the motto
of Davy Crockett before having him
arrested, as we haye no idea that either
of the other papers would give their
space fur publishing "erroneous state
meats" and we have no idea Mr. Foust
would usk them to do so. Some men
seera to take a fiendish delight in kick
ing a njaij who js down, and such we
htdieve was the motive of the man who
wrote the foregoing lie.
e did not intend to defend or up
hold the crime of Mr. Foust in the ar
ticle we wrote last week, nor do we in
i tend to do so jn this. But we believe
r that it is the duty of a christian com.
inunityvto give the right hand of chris
tian fellowship to every fallen man
who repents of his sin and tries to lead
a different life.
George Gould sayd he is in favor of
an income tax, and that every rich man
pughtto pay in proportion to his in-
pome. Wilmington Star.
The case of McLeod vsJthe Caroli
na Central Railroad, tried, In Lincoln
court Thursday decided in! favor of the
Rev. Dr. Philip Schaff, the great
Presbyterian professor, died yesterday
ni New York of paralysis.
-The number of people at the . State
Fair Thursday was estimated at 12,000
The Senate Situation. ..
The unblushing claim of the anti-re
peal Senators, that they are not delaying
action beyond what is necessary for le
gitimate debate, will need reiteration af
ter the scene of the last evening. One
pan easily sympathize with Mr. Voohees
sense of indignation in view of the facts
set forth. It is difficult, as yet, to esti
mate the nnal out come of this struggle
Public opinion has no Influence orathe
eaate, but public opinion i3 daily be
coming more and mere disgusted with
. tlie (senate and its tactics. Compromise
may result, but unless the repealers have
lost all their self-respect, it will be com
promise upon some other basis" than that
outlined in Sunday's dispatches. For
them to accept a bill which provided for
the continuance of the Sherman act for
four years, with monthly purchases of
,000,000 ounoes of silver and authoritv
Jn the Secretary of the Treasuryito issue
gold bonds, would be an abject surrender
of everything they have stood for, and a
praven acceptance of the terms of an ele
meat which.wants everything and will
yield nothing material. Mr. Voorhees
and his party can much better fcfibrd to
accept unconditional defeat than to ac
cept these humiliating terms. Charlotte
The Fair is paying.
The AYorld's Fair is now out of debt
Tho enonnofts receipts of "Chicago
day. cleared thV".whoU? remainder of
the bonded indebtedru-s. The Illinois
Trust and Saving- 13 ink on Tuesday
, last signed, a "receipt for me "whole
amount, 81, oGoilO 76, and whatever
coi.ies iiytfter that time u clear proCt
.. The alte'ndance ' is said to iv beatiur ti.e
' itiiird right aio.Mg .md the proncV
; are tiiitttiie stutuiMils-s will j. aliz
neat divis on on thei investmeint. Tin
h'icago dy attendance was 751,r,20
From cur iitrguiar correspondent
- A democrat who h:is the future wl-
! f;,re nd success of his pHrty in view,
. rej-aiuless of his own ii-sonal opinion
1 on the silver question, can find little
jth.t is pleasing in the controversies
that h-v taken place this vveek he--
tween democratic; Senators who occupy
i)jff itepo-ltiouou theVorheeS bill.
Ilie laii;u.ige used by democratic Sen
I .nlitf Limanls each oUier wa.s sucn as
should not be'used upon the flor of the
Senate, even towards political oppil-
neiiis, except tinder great provocation,
and it certainly did nuot improve the
chance either of pas-fug the Voorhecs
bill, aVit fa or for amending it. In fact,
about the only thing accomplished by
these di.-piays of temper was to furttsh
the republic ins with a bundle of very
stout clubs which they will not fail touse
in the future upon democratic -head'.
It will be a dear victory to either side
in this silver controversy it it be won
by disrupting the -democratic party,
thus providing the oft-reiterated charge
of the republicans that the democratic
party couldj'ot' control itself.
At the beginning of the week it
looked as though the democratic Sena
tors were about to get together in a
satisfactory compromise, but the op
portunity went by. How things aie
again drifting, with both friends and
opponents of t lie Voorhees bill threat
ening to keep up the fight indefinitely,
and the Senate wasting its time dis
cussing a change of rules, whieh every
Senator knows down in his heart, what
ever his wishes may be, cannot e ac
complished! in the midst-of this con
troversy. A democratic caucus is to
held, but as only those who signed the
call therefor consider themselves bound
to attend or to be bound by its action,
and as the call was only signed by Sen
ators who are opposed to the passage
of the Voorhee bill, there is little up
on which to base even a hope that it
will result in ending the unfortunate
President Cleveland is apparently
more confident than ever that the Voor
h es hrll can be passed by the Senate
without amendment and more deter
mined that the fight shall be continued
until that end is reached, but there are
goo I reasons lor the behef that he
would sign a compromise meas
ure if on can be agreed upon by the
democratic Senators. It could not ra
sonably be expected uuder the eircuui-
stances that he would, in advance of
the actu)n of the Senate, announce
that he would s.gu a compromise bill.
Much important business awaits the
disposrtion of the silver question. For
instance, provision will have to be made
and the sooner the better, to meet the
big deficit the necessary expenditures
of the current fiscal year will le re in
the Treasury. Secretary Carlisle's la
test estimate, based on present indica
tions, i that this deficit may reach
Secretary Carlisle has decided that
paper currency shall -hereafter be used
in making disbursements at theNew
York subtreasury, except when thf
state of the Treasury makes it neces
sary to pay out gold. It is said that
this decision was made because of a
tendency on the part of the banks in
that seclion to hoard the gold lately
put in circulation.
The next bill to be taken up by the
House will .be the Oates bankruptcy
bill. There i? strong opposition to the
bill on both sides of the House, but is
is thought that it will be passed. '
Presideut Cleveland authorizes the
uuuuuin,cuicm iiicib ue -win not leave
Washington for any purpost until the
Senate takas some action on the silver
The House committee "oil Public
Lands which has been looking into the
charges concerning the opening of the
Cherokee strip will probably decide that
there is no occasion for the Congres
sional investigation proposed by a re
solution recently introduced in the
The-House is keeping ap its reputa
tion for rapidity in the transaction of
business. This week it passed the'Mc
Creary bill amending and modifying
the Geary Chinese law and the Cox
bill, providing that no national bank
association shall make any loan to its
president, its vice president, its direc
tors, its cashier, or any of its clerks,
tellers, book-keepers, agents, or uther
persons in its employ, until the propo
sition to make such a loan, stating the
amount, terms, and security .offered,
shall have "been submitted in writing'
ta a meeting of the board of directors
or of the executive committee of the
board, and accepted and approved bv a
majontyof those present, constituting
quorum, and then not in excess of
the amount now allowed bv law A
bill similar to the last named wasrtass-,
ed bv tho lust House-.- The li.nise nUo
pnsd a bill repealing the -law which
requires a7'pli(:ants for bounty- lands to
irove loyalty in addition to nrovin
hemselvi Otherwise entitled to the
... The Taiy Is Prolonged.
Chicago,' October 21, The world's
f;iir will not 'oe losed on Octoler 31
Official . ftcti. been takeiitb keep
the exposition opnbeyond the time
fixed iby congress for closing it.
Inkn qnofficiai way the managers
have Sven disciissiug for several weeks
the .ad y isabil ity, pf,ru lining t he fair lon
ger than the period first intended.
They positively decided at last that
'visitors-iniiiht be admitted thereafter
(October 31 ) for an indefinite period,
o lonas the popular demand and the
weather conditions should justify it."
', 'Wanted to SSarry Him.
Greensboro Paf.rt jt.
The Ion- hiitred' freak at Pawnee
- c? ... -
Uiil's Wild West museum took quite
a fancy to Charlie Dnnell, of this
county, Tuesday and proposed to mar
ry him. Charlie expressed hi willing
ness 'at first, but afterward seemed
about to flicker, and the, long-haired
lady sent a' policeman alter him, with
a threat if he didn't stick up to his bar
gain she would sue him for brer.ch of
promise. He then came back; she
eemed to enjoy the joke very much
indeed, and toTd him that ihe hadn't
seen such a fine looking fellow in a
long time, and tliat she always did like
that rame. Again and
warned him not to desert her for
would certainly sue him.
IJold Highway Eobbery.
On last Wednesday morning as Mr.
Al Clny, of Hickory, was coming up
the rjver, three miles below Globe, in
Caldwell county on Ins way to the
mountains to buy cattle, he was at
tacked by two highway-men, a white
man and negro. They pounced upon
him with a knife, and before he was
hardly conscious of what was going on
they had cut hrs pocket and taken
therefrom forty-four dollars in cash.
Fortunately for Mr. Clay, he had the
bulk of his his money in another pock
et, and they failed to get it. This was,
to say the least, a very daring robbery,
and Tie hope the offenders will meet
with a speedy retribution..
White Caps in North Carolina.
Raleigh, N. C, O-t. 15. Special ad
vie.es from Shelby, N. C, are to the ef
fect that, whilecaps of the Tennessee
stripe have made their appearance in
Cleveland county and are, threatening
the owners of all the ,'ins in that sec
tionitlmt unlc-s they stop ginning un
til the price of cotton reaches ten cent
per pound their gins will bo promptly
burned to the ground.
Capt. S. D. ilaud.iil, a prominent
fanner and gin ner of the lower end
of that county, was the first to receive
one of these anonymous letters. So
far he has refused to stop ginning and
is guarding his gin with a shot gun
29 Dead BjdiesFound.
By Soutberi. Associated Press.
Battle Creek, Mich., Octobw20. A
terrible head end collision occurred a
mile and a half from the city this
From twenty-five to forty persons
are reported killed, many of whom
were burned to death in the wreck,
which took fire soon after the colls
sion. The groans of dying are pitiful
in the extreme, but everything possi
ble is being done for their comfort.
Twenty-four dead bodies have been
taken from the wreck. They are all
terribly burned and tinrecoguiza
bl& The accident occurred because
No. 6, feoing east, disobeyed orders by
not stopping at Nichols to let No.
As soon as the trains collided, the
coaches took fire, and before the people
near by recorered'their senses, three of
the passenger coaches were completely
burned up. .
Twenty-fonr bodies have already
been taken from the wreck, and it is
supposed that there is fully th.it many
more under the debris. Most of these
were bnrned to death. In addition to
the dead there hitt forty severely, if
not fatally, injured.
"Why is ha so Irritable.
This questiou is often heard and nearly
as often unanswered, i
It is not always remembered, as it.
should be, that the occasion of ill-tem
per and irritability is often to be found in
the pbysicial conditon of the persons af
fected. What is the use of trving to
"harmonize" a man whose liver has gone
back on him? If a man is tortured with
rheumatism, how cao he be expected to 1,
affable and agreeable? Can a confirmed
dyspeptic be expected to be cheerful aud
always ready to tell a funny story? 1 he
only way to remove the .difficulty is to
get at the cause. Dyspepsia, rheumatism
impure blood and liver trouble yield to
ilood s fcarsaparilla.; this is why it is an
aileciive tranquilizer, a peaceful mesPn
ger, and a preventive of demesisc quar
The Durham Glebe say s the Trave
lers1 Life Insurance Company, of Hart
ford,has taken S40,0d0 of the Trinity
College 20-year 6 percent bonds.
Cartehsyille, Oct. 20. W ill Dut
ton, white convicted of the morrW of
Sallie Iolbs in this county, was hung
here today at 12 o'clock.
L. W. Mnyp, of Iredell county, aud
John Hotiyciit, of Caldwell county,
were found guilty of eounterfeiting in
the Federal Court at St itesville Thurs
day and sentenced U) the Albany peni
tentiary for two vears each.
Louisville, Ky., Ootoler 2) A sensa
tional arrest has been made here of
Charles Hardin, who figured in the re
cent express rowVry, by a Kansas City
orncer. IJardin has been identified"- as
Charles Letehum, the well known
Camilla., Ga, October 10. Redden
Garrell, of this county, has been placed
in jail here under a charged of assault
on his own thirteen year old daugh
ter. . A special to the Charlotte Observer
ffroin U diegh says that an import-
ant meeting of the Board of Public
Charities of this State was held there
Resolutions wereidopled asking the
boards of the insane wsylums to
amend their by-laws as to admit and
retain rx-C)nfederate North Carolina
soldiers now in county homrs insane,
whether curable or incurable. This
proposal has the approral of the Gov
ernor and leading citizen, and the
Confederate Veterans' Associativa) (if
North Carolina. The board will at
the proper time urge aain the estab
lishment of a State reform school, as il
is now more than ever convinced of its
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 23. A Geor
gia Pacific engine pulling a through
fr ight which left here yesterday morn
ing about 2 o'clock, blew up rive miles
from here. Engineer Mills and fireman
J. W. Buchanan, both white were blown
up in the air, and alighted some 200 or
more yards away. Both were badly
mutilated and were killed almost inst
antly. Mill fell through a mcii of a
shanty. The first iixmed was married
the oi her single. Mills' tody was ship
ped to Kiebmond, V..
iunnemora, N. Y., Oct. 23. At 11:5
this morning Martin y w.u-j electro
cuted for the nmrler of Henrietta Wil
son, his mis-ress, in S u'afog. The cur
rent was earned on at 1 1: iS, the vol:
being 1,C40. It was on for four seconds
at full force- then for ten second xr-ii-ually
reditcetl t- 150 then put on at fuli
force ajjain frr two seconds and th:jn
gradual'y mi. iced ugain for 4-socoiids.
The condtinued man -tid n --t m ike a
movement except that caused by the
turning on and off of the current.
The Greensboro R-eord sy: In
is now found out why the 7 p. m.
train from Raleigh is always behind
time, when it used to come in on the
minute in the summei when it was
not dr!c. Tramps are the cav.
They seldom bother a train in day
time, but wheh uiiht comes on they
necm to be lined at every ntation. The
trains stop and ditch them so often
that much tuna is-lo.-t. :
Chicago, Oct, 23. Henrietta Kitu
b .11, 18 years .f age, while despondeut
from long coiitinued sickness, com mi t-
ed suicide by throwing herself into the
ake at the toot of Ninety -Eighth
street. Insane over the grief of his
daughter's-rash act, Andrew Kimball,
her father, this morning followed her
example, and chosing the spot where
his daughter's lifeless body was found
yesterday, threw himself into the lake
and was drowned. He had been engag
ed in the real estate business and waa
in, prosperous circumstances.
Tins Eacpl&lcB it all.
The esteemed Charlotte Observer
wants to know ''who are the obstruc
tionists" 4n the United Stetes Senate.
The exact condition of things is this:
A majority of the majority, and a
minority of the minority are trying to j
prevent a minority of the majority and
a majority of the minority from killing
the majority in the South aud West.
With these Minple facts the Observer
should be able to answere its own ques
tion. If it cannotdo so the Citizen
will produce addtional lucid facts.
II. Ileineman, Milwaukee, writes:
"One box Japanese Pile Cure has cured
me of a case of 23 years standing, after
being treated by New York's best phy
sicians. '. Sold by Edwin Cuthrell j
Salisbury N. C. I
When Baby was Hick, we gare her Ctstcs-li. .
Vhaa Biie was a Child, she cried for Castorj
Vheo she became Misss, shf clan j to C&storia.
she had Children, sho g"i"i thein Castor
Sad ; and .Qlopmy
: ', Woak and Dyspeptic
Hood's BarsopartlU Gave Strength
and Perfectly Cwre4
Vr jr. it WMt9
I have Dot worda eeoagh to erprwes my
thaaks for tho great beneftto rcohrod from a
low bottle of Hood's -garsapariUa, I waa
weak, aud it made m stroug; 1 wu a dyspep
tic, and it eared me; I was sad end gfoT, ana
It nude alicerfol and hopefuL Aad la
thougU aot loas It iu&4to tao sa avdeafi aad
pullla UUI WO
working daioocrat An who Have taken Ho4's
SarfliarUla witU my alTiso, reiwrt good
suits. I gku2y recTir.nwud ft ts al) snflorers
J. IL Whitb, SL D., Etrminghaai, AJ
N. B. It yon d&clJ to take Hood's Sor
saparilla do net be tettavett t any o&er
MoocHe Pitla are Ute best family taLkartta,
Cuit anA e&uUv Try a box iVS eeubfc .
Sixteen Under Bo::d.
Nj-hville, Tenn, Oct 13 A sp.-cia!
from Knoxville ?ays: The sixteen sol
diers charged with being implicated in
the lynching of the miner, Richard
Drnmniond, at I3ricevil!e, were ad
mitted to bond in the sum 7f
for the entire number by Jo lre rfneed
of the Knoxville criminal court, by
whom they were tried on habeas cor
There is no letter medicine for fam
ily ue than Ayer's Cathartic IMls.
Tiieir sugar-coating makes them e.usy
and even agreeable t take, and as the
contain no calomel or other injurious
drug, they are perfectly sale ior pa
tients of any ag-.
ARomance-TvroDags of Love Letters
Once upon a tine ther- vas a lady of
Lumberton who hv.-da sw tin from S"-
!er Uitv, aad vj-:e v-jrsa, X'iiey were cn-
gtgeu Lo-be unuried, bat as 'Sva.-j eve:
tans, uic clure or i.ru-j iye u .l noi
run smooth, and' the "sil rer lioe ' .wa?
snapped, li wrote for his Seaer. S;;e
got two bag--, e-ch holding bushel,
put. (he letters in them, lied them with
crape, dirtcted thti tf) lier tx-lovt aim
hipped them. Thry .rei. the ol.j'.";t oi
interest ot; the Carolina Central train.
yesrerday al ternoon.
iW today the
w.iuToi Liit-in oe reui v;n.r i-ne
c.i ... ... i ! .
i'adge of erapy from liis lost love. .
Invalids- shouid reiueuib r that the
:;iiiSo of sick and n-'rvous heafi-che
may be prompt iy removed l y taking
Ayer's Til's. These Pii!s speedily cor
rect irregularities of the stomach, liver
and bowels, and are. tha mildest and
most reliable cat hartic in use.
A Newspaper xan Attacked.
Nkwlkkk, N. C, Oct.. 11. Special
Edward Mur by, a nian nho caine here
to have a sparring match with a nero
made a brutal assault on C.E.Hancock
local editor of the Journal today for
rthat he conceived to be -fJen.-uve ctm
ment. on the affair, by Hancock io his
P per. Murphy is in jail and Mr. Han
cock is at his desk tonight, but badly
battered up. Indignation against Mur
phy is running high.
When traveling, always .takf a cake
of Johnson's Oriental Soap with you:
diseases are often can w fit by uinjr
hotel soap. Sold by Edwin Cuthrell
Salisbury N. C.
,Soeo New Game Laws.
Wilmington Ho lew.
Book agents may b-i killed when
rip, which is from October 1 to Sep
tember 31 ; sewing machine agaent, dit
to; spring poets from March 1 to Feb
ruary 28 (2U in leap year;) the man
who knows it all may be slaughtered at
any time between midnight and II 00
p. m.; the man who don't advertise
because don't" pay, any time between
suurise and sunset, his loneliest period;
but the fellow who stops Isis paper be
cause the editor failed to make public
the announcement that his last baby
had a new tooth is inviolate he
ought to live forever for he is too mean
Under this heading appears the fol
lowing notice, names omitted, as stuck
on the court house door in Yudkin-
UI doe hear for Hid enev Bodr of
taking in my wife and. sheltering
her for she stnfd $17,9oc. of my
mone,v and she has been runing ever
since and it' any man takes her in I
will handle him with the law this
the 2G day of September.', States
yille L(t ud 'murk.
l B; cwebb. -
W EBB, N IGHOLSON & RABp
Salisbury Marble Works.
LARGE VARIETY OF MARBLE OS" BAND TO SELECT FKOM
J, RHODES SHOWN, Preaint.
WSI. C. C0ART, Secretary
Insures-all' Kinds of Property at Coyest Adecuate'Eate
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTtD AND SATSFACTORl ?ErTL zD
General Insurance Agency of J. AlJen Brown,
W. Cor. llain aud-Fisber Strtf .w j. .
BE. E0BT. I. SAMS AY
i2)r0f!ic.j hours 9 a. in. to S p. ni.
J. & ,H. HORAH9S
WAR RATED SILVERWARE
WE G U ARANTEE
TO wear Va niiB.
V i r i, rT D h any ,
thxr. I.'srnt r-o i. 5TlrirRnl.
Eacti rjrclo ts stamped
B. STERUNG-INUIQ J-E3.
Accept BO BUbstitXitf?.
Arid Sold by the Old Be
J. & H. H0RAH,
Main Sf., Sajisburv, N. C.
Having -bought the S. E. rMi!s M!'l-for.e
CMnlea. I will co.-lnue to Xurni-.u t;as C
known ylt. for ccrn and vrht. a.';mvs
J. T. Wv.or.
ba!l:sjui-j N. C.
We liave just bought
out Baity Brothers of
Winston, and a portion
of two-other stocks at
Fifty cents on the Dol
lar, and have our Store
ffilled from first- floor to
garret with such Bar
gains as you have nev
er before .seen in the
county- Extra force,
working night and day
and still we are bein
run almost to death.
We ask all our custom
ers to be as patient as
E. W, Burt & Co-
, To:ice of I!!4oIuiosfi I
The firm of Webb, Troutinan & Co., is
tins day dissolved ty mutual consent,.!.
8. Troutmau retiring from the firm. The
business will be continued by (j. p,. Webb
W. L. Nicholson and T. J. Rabe tm.W
jthe firm name of Webb, Nicholson &
uaoe, sn noiea, accounts, ere., of the
ola hrra are to be naoi tr t.h tm.u-
and all debts of th old firm of -Webb,
lrontman & U., are assumed !v the new
farm of Webb, Nicfcofsoa & lLibe.
J B- Tuot'T-.iANr,
T. J. Rajik,
W. j. NrciioLsoN.
-alisbury, N.C. Sept. 25th, lwa.
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mMH ' RF.F Hiinitl
1 A?iW.JO.U i. J III liUiritj
Patronize the largest nursery in tie
State,, where you can Rtt ali ;.h ...,'f
new, nutivo tuid h-rvvn -Hl Wu'.t
fruila. Ilsrdv Onmmt nta! J-'ii .r;...,
Shruba, Evergreetis . vx,,
hrubs, Stiade m Uri :;jt::ta! t'rCM
Hoses all kiuK-4 and colon. "
The-finest collection in tho .South the
finest varieties partnered thrr art (una
all parts of tire urlobf. (Mir !." liru
tirt-ch-ss stock enable rvfr,;,,- -J
l.e.iutify their hr.mes, and-wks- hoio
-)e in-.-t pleasant !nee on frtii. )..
delay or.lerin.ir your nurserv stock for
fa.ll tlehvery. Yuur orders y-,'k wu.
J. Vir;. LODLEY. Prc:y-.
POMONA HILL NUsilEILS,
: 1X8 CHANCE. -
Voit - "" -
G.T.crt ,vt C. M. & K. M! Brww.,'. Sh
. - YOU
CAN MAKE MONEY
The Southern States.
It is a beautifully Uln-ir: tuJ. ; .a t'' !y
ma;dzi.nedeVoteU to th-r S ,nth If
full of inter4 t for every resiWrnt of .V
Suutii ! ouht to bo in ev.-rv hoiatherr.
Everybody Can Affjri it
a3 it-costs only $l.oO ft-r year or 15-cents
for a ti:il(5 copy.
We Want an Agpnt in Every Southern
City anl Town. Write for. an m pit cop
ies and particulars fro the
Manufacturers" JKkcord rvB.Co.,
D.R Julian Soods
Call notice to the fact that they hare Tmw4
the sto-k f rcm their store-rorni un1er lhe CeBtnl
Uot'l to ti.flr oi? mi (-'re on Thh-r hirvn. WSe-
MOnESOODS' wt cianafce roora M'
and In or.lt-r to reduce our stock rtll o!Tor
for th? r.pxt
THIRTY DAYS INDRY MOODS."
money ty bu'.i K Tr in i:s,
0. R, JULIAN & SDN
U.. L. Span: ,
ATTOKNE Y-AT-L W.
Offers his professional services to
the people jf Mon'oiuery arid i
joininc counties. Adl'-r-' hiui
Troy, N. U.
Having qualified as Administnitorof J-Siimut-l
Miller, deceased, notice is ben,
given to all persons holdmS c,a'lte
ntr!ins.r. lwl tt !it h f o ireseiit them 10
t ,..,;.t ..wi rwt.r. tr. nriiit
; uaer-ucl. duly authenticated fo f
i .' . - . r un.
; incut, on or before the 2T.I h day oi -r.
I teraber, 1894, or this notice wiUi
I in bar of their recovery. And ad
indebted to suid dceca.sed are
notitkd to make H"niediate scttleffl ,
U. T. Honlvcl-tt, AO
Sept. 2otb 1S9J.
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